LUMBERJACK 160 WOOD FLOOR- ADHESIVE 10L

Product Code: 22112/10LT
£64.16 (£76.99 inc. VAT)
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Size: 10 LTR.

To cover 1m2 you will need between 1ltr - 2.5ltr of adhesive (depending on type of flooring).
Description
Benefits: Water free – will not cause warpage or curl of wood blocks/planks. Rapid Setting – Floors may normally be trafficked 12-24 hours after application. Will bond wood directly to all common porous subfloors including concrete, wood and porous natural stone floors. Suitable for use with underfloor heating. Easy application by trowel. High strength adhesive. Limitations: SOLVENT BASED PRODUCT: FLAMMABLE. Keep away from sources of ignition. Do not smoke during use. Avoid inhalation of fumes and ensure good ventilation during use and after fixing until product is dry. In confined spaces use forced ventilation. Always check with flooring manufacturer re: any specific instructions/requirements specifically relating to their flooring before fitting floors. Do not use against bitumen or substrates that bleed oil or plasticizers. Surface Preparation: The surfaces to be glued must be porous, sound, clean, dry and free from dust, grease and other contaminants. Existing floors/chipboard must be free from all polish/wax. New concrete must be allowed 4 weeks to dry and mature. Always check moisture level of subfloor. If moisture levels in subfloor are above those recommended by the flooring manufacturer, damp proof the floor with at least two coats of Lumberjack M.B Primer as directed. (See limitations section), then prime with EVERBUILD PVA BOND (diluted 1:3 PVA: water) and screed with a minimum 3mm depth EVERBUILD SELF LEVEL PLUS whilst primer is tacky. POROUS SUBSTRATES: Before applying this adhesive, all surfaces should first be primed with EVERBUILD PVA BOND diluted 1:5 with water and allowed to dry. Basement/below ground floors must be adequately protected with a D.P.C. Under floor heating must be turned off 48 hours before and 48 hours after the adhesive has been applied. NON POROUS SURFACES: Not suitable for direct application. Prime (1:3 water: EVERBUILD PVA BOND) and screed with a minimum 3mm depth of EVERBUILD SELF LEVEL PLUS whilst primer is tacky. Allow to cure for 24 hours (or until dry, whichever is longer) then proceed as per porous surfaces. FLOORING: The wood flooring MUST be acclimatised for several days in the room where it is to be installed. Leave in original packaging during this period. Application: All stages of the installation must comply with current editions of BS CP102, Code of Practice for protection of buildings against water from the ground and BS 8201 Code of Practice for flooring of timber, timber products and wood based panel products. Open tin/bucket and trowel onto floor. Spread evenly with a suitable notched trowel at no less than 0.5kg/m². Do not spread more adhesive than can be covered within 10- 15 minutes (1m² maximum). Place planks/blocks into position whilst adhesive is still tacky (within 10 minutes) and tap into final position with mallet and block, removing uncured adhesive with EVERBUILD WONDER WIPES (caution - test compatibility with lacquer finished blocks first). Floor may be sanded/ trafficked 12-24 hours after application, depending on site conditions (longer at low temperatures). If subfloor has poor absorbency; allow 3 days before sanding/trafficking. Do not use, store or allow to cure below +5°C. Short open time (10-15mins max) – only comb over small areas (1m² max) at a time. Periodically remove a block to ensure minimum 75% adhesive contact. If contact area is less, remove suspect area and re-apply fresh adhesive. This product is only suitable for direct applications to subfloors where humidity level is below 2.5%. For applications where humidity level is between 2.5 and 7%, always use Lumberjack M.B Primer and screed over as directed. Never apply wooden flooring under any circumstances where humidity level is above 7% (as measured with a carbide hygrometer). Care: Open time will vary according to site conditions and temperatures.